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Management of normal labour

Published 1936

Shows how a typical labour should be managed, including abdominal and vaginal examination, the second stage of labour, the patient prepared for delivery, the control of the foetal head, examination of the umbilical cord, use of the mucus cather, ligation of the cord, expulsion of the placenta and an examination for vaginal and perineal lacerations. 1 segment.

Run time 0:07:32
Producer Wellcome Library
Production Company Produced by Dame L. McIlroy
Sponsor Unknown
Audio/Visual silent, b&w


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